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Saturday, October 22, 2011

DEP: Natural Gas Gathering Pipeline Approved North Of Ulysses

Authorization ID: 896170
Permit number: ESX11-105-0008
Site: ULYSSES PIPELINE NETWORK
Client: ALLEGHENY ENTERPRISES INC
Authorization type: Expedited E&S Stormwater General Permit 1
Application type: New
Authorization is for: SITE
Date received: 09/26/2011
Status: Issued 10/17/2011

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

Any body know where "North of Ulysses is" exactly?

Anonymous said...

ye, that would be opposite of "south".

Anonymous said...

Right through my yard.

Anonymous said...

look at a compass

Anonymous said...

the other end of the south..

Anonymous said...

This is from poster 11:34 to poster 5:10.

Where are you located?

To the other posters: must be this pipeline is not effecting you, although your comments did almost make me smile. Almost.

Anonymous said...

Where? Doesn't matter if the compressor station explodes. There won't be a Ulysses, or Potter County.

Anonymous said...

Tennessee Gas has had a compressor station, north of Coudersport, that compresses and stores gas from their pipeline in a huge underground pocket for decades. It has employed may good persons through the years and has a very clean safety record. It is one of many similar facilities in this area owned by El Paso, Nobody ever thought to complain or worry about it until the "Marcellus Industry" moved to the area.
Y'all need to pull your big girl panties up and stop the whining already. It is possible to co-exist with this industry and ensure that they adhere to the regulations that are set forth to control them, preserve as much of our beautiful environment as possible, and protect the residents and wildlife of the area without just whining about it. I know the old adage is that the squeaky wheel gets the grease, but if we keep squeaking to the point of excess that the squeak is ignored we will never get any grease. Be a productive and pro-active steward of our environment and let them know we are watching. Let them know that we are aware that we CANNOT stop them but we will be sure to hold them accountable and we will get much farther in our cause.